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Spanish Style Houses for Sale in San Francisco, CA

Browse Spanish style houses for sale in San Francisco, CA . White stucco walls with red barrel tiled roofs are two of the most striking features of Spanish style houses. Low-pitched, asymmetrical, and slightly rounded arches, doors, and windows complete the look for this Mediterranean style. You can find Spanish-style homes in many US states but they're most common in the southwest, in the likes of California and Florida.

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This gorgeous 1930's Spanish Med exudes sophistication and flow and has an incredibly flexible floor plan to fit any buyer's desire. The residence boa...
Beautiful move-in ready three bedroom/ three bath Mediterranean home with distinctive character, versatile floor plan, exceptional gardens, green outl...
Exceptional Beaux Arts heritage building, designed by Arthur Brown Jr., a protege of the renowned Bernard Maybeck and architect to the San Francisco C...
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3726 Webster is a tastefully remodeled upper flat in a 1930's classic 2-condominium building. Located on a tree-lined scenic block of Webster near Mar...
This is a beautiful well-maintained 2-unit building located on a superb block of San Francisco's Marina neighborhood. Both units are vacant and have ...
Don't miss this beautiful large semi-detached 4 bedroom 3 bath home renovated with original details in mind. Your breath will be taken away when you s...
Bask in the sun & fresh air on your private sheltered walkout bay view deck & embrace the spectacular ever-changing unobstructed North Bay, Alcatraz, ...
Exceptional Beaux Arts style top level condominium. The building was masterly designed by Arthur Brown Jr. who was best known for his work on the S.F....
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1 Ecker is a unique brick historic loft building built in 1906 & beautifully restored in 2010. Modern sensibility meets turn of the century character....
Elegant 8 room Spanish Mediterranean fixer located in the heart of Noe Valley. Huge garage with high ceilings offers expansion potential, and the larg...
A grand San Francisco Spanish Mediterranean home with potential plans by Stephen Sutro on 4 levels. This home is currently 3,780 sq feet (approx.) inc...
Well built and inviting Spanish-Mediterranean home nestled in the beautiful Ingleside Terrace neighborhood. Extensively remodeled to the studs in 201...
Russian Hill building with spectacular views and a top floor owners unit which will be delivered vacant. Situated on an extra wide and deep 5,327 sq f...
This expansive Spanish-Revival residence, designed by Charles Whittlesey in 1908, has been substantially and thoughtfully renovated into a warm, light...
This 1923 constructed home has just undergone a major renovation, without interrupting its Year 2000 floor plan*. Its traditional Spanish Medit. barre...
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Located just a couple of blocks away from the heart of the Inner Sunset, one of the most coveted dining & shopping corridors in The City. Beautifully ...
Spectacular Ocean view Spanish Med w/a yard large enough for a sports court! Situated on 3 levels, this expansive home embraces the best of indoor-out...
Walk out of this unique secluded cul-de-sac gated street and stand in the heart of North Beach/Little Italy. Look around to see the thriving landmarks...
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Frequently Asked Questions for Spanish Style Houses for Sale in San Francisco, CA

What are the features of a Spanish style home?

Built from indigenous and local materials, red barrel tiled roofs, thick and stucco-clad walls, small but open windows, limited ornamentation, wooden support beams, and inner courtyards are among the most common features of Spanish style houses.

Why are Spanish style homes popular?

People love the beauty and old world feel of Spanish style homes that have become so closely associated with California casual style. These types of homes allow for wonderful indoor-outdoor living.

When were Spanish style homes most popular?

Spanish style homes homes are common in the southwest, including California, and Florida. These homes were constructed from the 1600s all the way into the mid 1800s, and their style is widely mimicked today.

How many Spanish Style Houses for Sale in San Francisco, CA?

There are 21 Spanish Style House in San Francisco, CA currently.

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